Will you? Or, Won’t You?

Your Will is your last love letter to your family.  Do you care about your family? Will you leave that last letter or won’t you?

Your last lover letter. Will or won't you?

During the winter, we (North Americans) do a lot more travelling than usual.  We often hear about accidents on the highways due to weather, frequently with tragic results. This makes me think it’s time to revisit the need for wills and powers of attorney.

Our own mortality is so difficult to face.  The reality is that we will all die some day.  What’s that old cliche?  The only sure things in life are death and taxes.

Alternatively, what if you live?  You could be dependent on the decisions of others if you haven’t left any official guidance.  That’s where your Power Of Attorney comes in.  This is the document that guides your delegate in making decisions for your finances and health when you are unable to speak for yourself.

Do you care enough to send that last love letter and leave some guidance?  Have your will and power of attorney written and then updated every year.  Will you or won’t you?  That is the question.

Your LegalShield service plan includes your basic Will and Powers of Attorney plus annual updates.

Make it a great day!

Barry

P.S.  What am I thankful for today?  I’m thankful for my LegalShield membership.  I’m thankful for the referral lawyer who came to my house for my dying son to sign his will and power of attorney.  I’m thankful for the opportunity to share this amazing plan.

What are you thankful for today?

Disclaimer:  This blog is my personal opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opions of LegalShield.  We are independent sales associates and do not represent the company in any other way.

Your Smartphone Or Your Life!

For many today, your smartphone is your life!

Not too long ago, you might have heard a line like this in a movie:  “Your wallet or your life!”.  How long until we hear lines like:  “Your phone or your life!”?

 

walletWHAT IS IN YOUR WALLET?

  • Spare keys for house and/or car.
  • Social Insurance card (Social Security for my American cousins!).
  • Driver’s License.
  • Health Card.
  • Credit Cards.
  • Bank Cards.
  • Maybe even a birth certificate.

 

 

 

For most of us, losing our wallet can be devastating because it holds the keys to our life!  NEVER keep your Driver’s License, Social Insurance Card and birth certificate together in your wallet.  That’s enough to compromise your identity.

 

Google WalletWHAT IS IN YOUR SMARTPHONE?

Smartphones today can:

 

 

 

 

 

Your phone has become far more valuable than your wallet.  Both likely contain enough information for someone to steal your identity.  What’s worse is that your smartphone may contain enough to steal the identities of your friends and family!

That’s the most valuable asset on the black market today.  Identity theft is no longer if, but when.  Have a plan when it happens and make sure you keep your smartphone secure!

 

BE CAREFUL OUT THERE!

Whether your wallet or your smartphone, be careful what you keep in them.  Be considerate of family and friends when storing their personal data and know where your wallet and smartphone are at all times.  Most of us worry about the wallet but I believe our smartphones put us at greater risk.

Identity Theft.  It’s not if, but when.  Are you prepared?

 

Make it a great day,

Barry

P.S.  What am I thankful for today?  I’m thankful for a full stomach.  I’m thankful for a roof over my head.  I’m thankful for the opportunity brought by each new day.

What are you thankful for today?

Will you or won’t you?

Your Will is your last love letter to your family.  Do you care about your family? Will you leave that last letter or won’t you?

Our own mortality is so difficult to face.  The reality is that we will all die some day.  What’s that old cliche?  The only sure things in life are death and taxes.

Alternatively, what if you live?  You could be dependent on the decisions of others if you haven’t left any official guidance.  That’s where your Power Of Attorney comes in.  This is the document that guides your delegate in making decisions for your finances and health when you are unable to speak for yourself.

Do you care enough to send that last love letter and leave some guidance?  Have your will and power of attorney written and then updated every year.  Will you or won’t you?  That is the question.

Your LegalShield service plan includes your basic Will and Powers of Attorney plus annual updates.

Make it a great day!

Barry Clermont, Independent Associate, LegalShield

P.S.  What am I thankful for today?  I’m thankful for my LegalShield membership.  I’m thankful for the referral lawyer who came to my house for my dying son to sign his will and power of attorney.  I’m thankful for the opportunity to share this amazing plan.

What are you thankful for today?

Disclaimer:  This blog is my personal opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opions of LegalShield.  My wife is an independent sales associate and does not represent the company in any other way.